Step into Modigliani’s final Parisian studio.
During his short and eventful life, the Italian painter and sculptor developed a bold and recognisable style. In 1906 Modigliani moved to Paris. There he painted friends, writers, artists and creatives. Although these works achieved little success during the artist’s lifetime, today they are some the most well-known portraits of the twentieth century.
Almost 100 years since the artist's death, hear the words of those who knew him best, explore where the artist lived and worked, and examine two of his artworks up-close.
Developed by Preloaded for the Tate in partnership with Vive Studios. Experience the Modigliani VR: The Ochre Atelier as part of the Modigliani exhibition at Tate Modern until 2 April 2018.